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Incoming tracking

To configure “incoming traffic” tracking on your site, you'll have to add a special tracking code on all pages that receive traffic (index page and all sub pages). If you are switching from a different script and have a running site, you can safely add TE3 tracking code in addition to the existing code - both scripts will track incoming traffic simultaneously.


1. Standard incoming tracking

Standard incoming tracking is simple to setup:

1.1. PHP extension

Add the tracking code below to all your .php pages that receive traffic. Add it inside the <head> </head> tag. The “include” command will most likely work for everyone.

include("/FULL/PATH/TO/public_html/your_te3_directory/in.php");

Tracking code with your full path already included


1.2. SSI extension

Add the tracking code below to all your .shtml pages that receive traffic. Add it inside the <head> </head> tag.

<!–-#include virtual=”/your_te3_directory/in.php?$QUERY_STRING” -->

Tracking code with your directory name already included


2. JavaScript tracking

This method is applicable in two situations:

2.1. If you are using caching - Wordpress users (Super Cache, Total Cache), Nginx caching, etc.

2.2. It allows you to install TE3 on sub.domain.com (separated server) and trade traffic on domain.com (primary server).

Javascript tracking method is less accurate than standard incoming tracking, therefore it should only be considered, if there is absolutely no other option.

te3/incoming/standard.txt · Last modified: 2016/05/06 05:06 by moderator